Bill Gates' prediction of the arrival of a new virus seems to have come true
Less than a half-year ago, the computer mogul spoke about the possibility that an endemic virus could once again put the global population in check.
Bill Gates' warning seems to have materialized with the sudden emergence of monkeypox in Spain, the United Kingdom, Portugal, the United States and possibly even Argentina.
During an interview with Jeremy Hunt, a member of the British parliament, the U.S. billionaire pointed out last year that possible terrorist attacks could involve the smallpox virus.
Now, he raised what could be a possible solution to prevent the disease from spreading.
"Governments around the world would have to run germ games," he mentioned in relation to the fact that, if people had a constant link to various bacteria,
then they could develop greater defensive barriers to combat them and so it would be simpler to respond to attacks.
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